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  Waynesboro city leaders to consider closing Basic City railroad crossing

Waynesboro City Council heard from the public about a proposal to vacate a railroad crossing at 7th Street and Commerce Avenue.

  Some say Augusta County’s courthouse proposal contradicts Staunton’s historic preservation

Augusta County’s new plan for its courthouse dilemma could change the skyline of Staunton’s downtown.

  Virginia RNC delegate from the Shenandoah Valley shares advocacy for marijuana

As millions tune in for the Republican National Convention, one of those watching will be a Shenandoah Valley man who was chosen to represent Virginia at the co

  RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel interview

Gray DC Correspondent Alana Austin asked RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel where the party stands today on marijuana

  Waynesboro police investigating suspicious death on Ivanhoe Avenue

Police are investigating a “suspicious death” in Waynesboro.

  Augusta County Public Library uses 3D printer to make face shields

The Augusta County Public Library in Fishersville is serving the community during the COVID-19 crisis but in a different way.

  Mary Baldwin University to house 30 Valley Mission clients during COVID-19 pandemic

Mary Baldwin University is going to house 30 of the Valley Mission’s most vulnerable clients during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  Staunton City Schools provide students with laptops, hotspots

Staunton City Schools have hundreds of free refurbished Chromebooks and hot spots for families.

  United Way in the Shenandoah Valley has a new name & new president

In the valley, the United Way has a new name and a new president.

  Guy K. Stump Elementary School teachers host a Bobcat Caravan to bring joy to students

Teachers at Guy K. Stump Elementary School made an already sunny day, a little bit brighter for students confined to their homes.

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  Shelburne Middle School Band students release special performance of ‘Don’t Worry, Be Happy’ online

In Staunton, a pair of band teachers have found a way to bring their students together at the same time, to share a message of unity.

  Staunton City Council calls for an emergency meeting to discuss COVID-19

Staunton leaders held an emergency meeting on Tuesday to talk about the city’s response to COVID-19.

  People in the Shenandoah Valley work to bring a popular children’s book to life

In the Shenandoah Valley, it was a beautiful day for a bear hunt.

  Financial situation at Valley Mission becomes critical

The financial situation at Staunton’s homeless shelter is becoming critical according to its executive director.

  Waynesboro’s Economic Development Office prepares emergency loan fund

Waynesboro’s Economic Development Office is preparing an emergency loan fund.

  Valley nonprofit urges business owners to share hardships with Governor Northam

A nonprofit in the valley is offering small business owners tips to get through the hardship caused by COVID-19.

  Augusta Health opens COVID-19 Assessment Center, COVID Care Call Center

On Thursday Augusta Health opened the Waynesboro COVID-19 Assessment Center and COVID Care Call Center.

  Verona Community Food Pantry changes business to protect volunteers and clients

A food pantry in the valley has changed the way it does business with the hopes of protecting its volunteers and keeping its doors open.

  New initiative connects people in Staunton, Augusta, and Waynesboro: Mutual Aid Infrastructure

A new initiative in the valley is connecting people who need help with those who can give it during this health and economic crisis.

  COVID-19 local response fund established at Community Foundation of the Central Blue Ridge

A new fund in the valley aims to support nonprofits providing the most basic in-demand needs for people.

  Waynesboro YMCA hosts Disabled American Veterans free program

The Waynesboro YMCA is helping connect veterans to the services they need.

  Staunton Democratic Committee hosts City Council candidate forum

Staunton has eight candidates running for City Council and on Tuesday they each got a chance to speak.

  Jeannie McCutcheon appointed as interim council member in Waynesboro

Waynesboro city leaders appointed an interim council member on Monday. Jeannie McCutcheon was chosen out of five people to represent Ward A on a temporary basis

  Fort Defiance scholastic bowl team makes school history

An academic team in the Shenandoah Valley has brought home the state championship.

  Building Bridges for the Greater Good to host “What We Lost” Breaking Bread event in Staunton

Building Bridges for the Greater Good is drawing attention to a part of Staunton’s black community that was lost more than 40 years ago.

  School leaders in Augusta County push to get lights on softball fields

In Augusta County, school leaders have a plan to light up the girls' softball fields, but some say it's not happening fast enough.

  Augusta County names new economic development director

Augusta County has named its new director of economic development and marketing.

  Bessie Weller Elementary School students celebrate Read Across America Week

Some students in Staunton kicked off Read Across America Week with a special field trip.

  Florence Avenue bridge construction underway, set to re-open by June 1

Waynesboro’s Florence Avenue bridge is expected to be completed by June 1.

  Augusta County Circuit Court judge grants Mark Zawhorodny conditional release

A man who's spent almost two decades hospitalized for a double murder is getting a second chance at freedom.

  Mary Baldwin University partners with Staunton to conduct online survey

A recent survey in Staunton shows high levels of satisfaction when it comes to the quality of life and services.

  Staunton police seeking input from the public

The Staunton Police Department is inviting the public to weigh in on its ability to meet accreditation standards.

  Marcia Geiger announces candidacy for Ward B seat on Waynesboro City Council

A Waynesboro woman with a background in community service, banking, and retail management is running for City Council.

  Study: Single women own more homes than single men

When it comes to buying homes, single women beat out single men.

  Fishburne Military School cadets visit William Perry Elementary School for ‘High School Heroes’ program

Some young students in Waynesboro learned lessons on Friday from high schoolers in uniform.

  Augusta County students encouraged to engage in random acts of kindness

Students at Riverheads Elementary School are being encouraged to take part in Random Acts of Kindness Week.

  “Legally Blonde” set to open at Wayne Theatre

Final rehearsals are underway for the production of Legally Blonde: The Musical in Waynesboro.